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Chapter 5, Problem 35E

Appendix 1

Adjusting entry for gross method

The following data were extracted from the accounting records of Sacajawea Mercantile Co. for the year ended June 30, 20Y4:

Chapter 5, Problem 35E, Appendix 1 Adjusting entry for gross method The following data were extracted from the accounting

a. Journalize the June 30, 20Y4, adjusting entry for estimated sales discounts.

b. How would sales and accounts receivable be reported on the financial statements for the year ending June 30, 20Y4?

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